Apple introduced a new TV show feature and new feature Apple TV 4K in April. The color selection method uses front-facing sensors on the iPhone with an ID to complement what the Apple box is printing (including the 2017 color). According to Apple, viewers will see “more accurate colors and better contrast” after the changes. However, researchers at HDTVTest believe that the model does not always meet its promises. And he knows one or two of the features of the visual cue that have holes in it Mandalorian destroyer Real HDR says.
New video, Vincent Teoh of HDTVTest had an old box of Apple TV 4K and iPhone 12 Pro to use Apple’s calculations on three 55-inch TV models: LG OLED TV, Samsung QLED and Sony Bravia LED LCD TV. AV buff also ran a comparison alongside the Sony LCD mastering project and demonstrated class accuracy.
In almost all three TVs, the positive effects of Apple’s dye appeared blue than those released, Teoh said. On the Sony LCD LED display, which was designed to be more precise on the outside of the box, Apple’s calculation went into a much clearer position than the D65 standard used in advertising companies. Instead, it led to the deterioration of the color accuracy and an increase in delta errors, Teoh noted.
On Samsung QLED TVs in production, Apple’s performance also produced a blue image, which Teoh’s standards confirm the change in blue. And, on an LG OLED TV set to a state-of-the-art technology, the illumination revealed minor errors, which made the color more accurate and reduced delta errors. But, it was nowhere near the results of proper testing using tools and software, according to Teoh.
Another flaw is the failure of the interface among various technologies. This is not good for image design on the market, according to Teoh. Consider LED LCDs with custom or PFS phosphor backlight, QLED TVs with doctor-enhanced video and WRGB OLED TVs. Meanwhile, some 2021 OLEDs also have a new green look.
As Teoh pointed out in the photo, all of the show’s techs have a wide range of electronic distribution (SPD). Therefore, in order to obtain accurate results based on color analysis and measurement, the colorimeter must be drawn against the radiometer of the observer. However, the reviewer points out that the iPhone may not be installed on the viewing radiometer, which may explain why color output produces different effects between OLED and LCD screens.
Giving Apple the benefit of the doubt, Teoh suggests that Apple may be able to “detect TV through switching” and use the EDR requirement based on the response of popular video production technology. But, it depends on whether the TV maker is providing accurate information and Apple is following this up.
Teoh also acknowledges that Apple’s dye can work well for TV viewing purposes accurately. However, even though the picture was not accurate, Apple’s reading must have brought a picture to the picture. This is where a gradual deepening brings out the meaning of “trampling” from one group to the next to a continuous, continuous process. Finally, Teoh asserted that the Apple version only works on Apple TV products and not all TV sources.
The researcher determined that the session would not be the same as the standard comparisons because it would require increasing the number of TV shows, ranging from black video to more advanced and lowering noise to improve performance. In short, just choosing the right photo frame is more important than managing the color, ”said Teoh.
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